AO Scan Picking Up an Iodine Imbalance?


How Do You Recognize an Iodine Deficiency?

We use the AO Scan Technology to assess this and many other values. Some go to doctors and have thyroid labs pulled, but we always start with an AO Scan and look for patterns throughout the scans to alert us to dysfunction.

What is Iodine

Iodine: An Unappreciated Mineral May Help Boost Hormone Function, Cognition, and Metabolism1

The body contains hundreds of minerals, and Iodine is the most misunderstood.

While we are told that goiters, or neck swelling, are prevented by adequate iodine intake (an iodine supplement defends against goiters), we do not understand how iodine works in our bodies and what organs and systems it supports.

According to studies, about thirty percent of the world’s population is at risk for iodine deficiency.

Many deficiency symptoms go unnoticed due to depleted soil and lack of iodine-inclusive foods education.

People who believe that they are consuming a healthy diet are the most vulnerable to iodine deficiency. They completely eliminate iodized salt from their diet but do not replace that lost (although inferior quality) iodine with another source.

In this article, you’ll learn how to spot iodine deficiency and how to fix it.

A Thyroid Role for Iodine

Why You May Need to Take Iodine for Thyroid Complications

Thyroid function and hormones depend on an adequate supply of iodine; yeiodIodinehas several advantages in regulating the thyroid. Because it controls your thyroid function and hormones,

iodine is essential for hormone health and efficiency.

Having too little iodine can have serious health consequences, including low-level thyroid damage and breast cancer (yep, iodine is iodine for bIodinedevelopment).

Furthermore, iodine is Iodineal for growth and development, so stable iodine levels are critical to healthy pregnancies and women of reproductive age.

Thyroid hormone production is impaired in people with iodine deficiency, and this may be the cause of a variety of thyroid ailments, including hyperthyroidism (overactive thyroid) and hypothyroidism (underactive thyroid).

Iodine deficiency is rising in the UK, according to a new study.

The United States, in particular, had an iodine deficiency problem in the 1920s. Swiss table salt was made with iodine for people worldwide with sufficient iodine for Iodinerampant deficiency. It is not uncommon for iodine deficiency to be a problem in many parts of the world, even though this idea once revolutionized healthcare in many ways.

Unrefined salt options such as Himalayan salt, sea salt, and Redmond’s Real (our favorite) are not fortified with iodine. MaIodineple is eliminating table salt from theIodinets but not replacing it.

Food is the best source of iodine; yeiodinene supplementation must be used only when food isIodineient or unavailable.

5 Things to look out for if you’re low on Iodine.

So, iodine—the signs you may be deficient in iodine are more suIodinehan, you might realize. Here are five pointerIodinedentifying iodine deficiency.

Goiter Alert

A goiter is an enlargement of the thyroid gland. Swelling in the neck is called a goiter.

A goiter is a thyroid swelling that can form an indentation (usually due to chronic stress on the thyroid, which depletes iodine and iodine crucial minerals).

While this symptom is notoriously linked to iodine deficiency, it usually only occurs in the most severe cases. Unlike a goiter, typically permanent and treatable, a goiter usually forms after a short period.

Cold-sensitive people are more likely to suffer from colds.

If you constantly wear sweaters and do not feel warm, you may want to consider checking for iodine deficiency. The thyroid controls the activity of the whole body and iodine regarding thyroid performance. If your metabolism slows, you will have more difficulty controlling your body temperature.

Brain Bleaching

According to scientific research, the most significant risk to a child’s brain due to iodine deficiency is during their early childhood. Typically, this damage occurs during pregnancy or early childhood.

Although iodine deficiency can still affect adults more subtly, such as brain fog, iodine deficiency cannot affect children like it did in the past, according to new research.

Without enough iodine, the body struggles to produce and regulate hormones like T3 and T4 (which help regulate neurotransmitters in the brain and promote cognition).

High TSH levels have been linked to brain fog and dementia, and thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH) levels are raised in cases of chronic thyroid overload.

Heartbeat or Palpitations Slowed or Heart Palpitations.

People who have hormone dysregulation are vulnerable to heart issues, according to research. Iodine and magnesium are two examples of deficiencies that may occur.

Unexplained Weight Increase

According to a recent study, a common side-effect of iodine deficiency is slowed metabolism. Iodine is needed for the production of energy-burning thyroid hormones. If your body cannot produce as much thyroid hormone as it usually does, you may experience unexplained weight gain.

How to Identify an Iodine Deficiency

An iodine deficiency can be challenging to diagnose because many symptoms are identical to hormone imbalances and thyroid disorders.

A thyroid panel is usually the most useful technique for diagnosing an iodine deficiency, in addition to a blood test or a hair mineral analysis.

If you are unsure what’s causing your symptoms, it may be useful to run a full thyroid panel with functional lab ranges.

*Run an AO Scan regularly to see how much Iodine you need on your various scans!

Where Does Iodine Come From?

The body must obtain sufficient iodine through diet and supplementation. The body’s inability to create iodine makes it critical.

Food sources of iodine range from fish to chocolate.

It’s not difficult to get your daily dose of iodine. Some foods, such as sourdine iodine, will ensure your thyroid remains healthy and your hormones are well balanced.

Should You Supplement IIodine

Too much iodine can be problematic, too, in this case, but supplementation is another great way to get daily doses of this important element into your system.

A slight decrease in iodine is a problem if you take liquid minerals, as they allow you to absorb the iodine easily. Test.

To see if you need more iodine, trIodinepinIodineoonful of liquid iodine into the water. You should drink it and see how it tastes. If it tastes terrible, unpleasant, or like nothing, the body is balanced and has enough iodine.

WaIodinesed crystals allow you to re-test your body one month after beginning iodine supplementation to see if you need more, less, or stop. If you detect a bitter Iodine from the iodine, it stops supplementation at some point.

It is important to note that free calcium can blockade thyroid iodine receptors in some sick individuals.

Because of this, the Iodine supplement may not reach the thyroid. If you suspect this, it is best to consult with your doctor to design a treatment strategy.

To maintain your health, you need to consume iodine.

While discussing poor metabolism and iodine deficiency, we’re talking about the energy conversion in your cells—a lack of iodine causes food to be converted into energy to iodine.

Weight gain and other unpleasant symptoms, such as the inability to handle cold temperatures, may occur alongside it.

Skin issue: Iodine is common in iodine-deficient thyroid patients, who also experience an iodine-dependent regenerative process (which is triggered by the thyroid).

Are you wondering how the AO Scan looks at the energetic imprints of vitamins, minerals, and other body values? Contact us today, and we will have a practitioner get back to you immediately.

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